Week At A Glance 10/18/19

WAG Header New

arctic polar bear


Save the Date for Trinity’s ARCTIC AFTERNOON! Tuesday, November 5th, the book fair will remain open until 5:30pm for after school shopping. The Hospitality Heath ER ice cream truck will be onsite offering complimentary frozen treats to all attendees! Join us for an afternoon of shopping, snacking, and fun.  All students must be accompanied by an adult.

The Arctic Adventure Scholastic Book Fair will be held Sunday, November 3rd – Friday, November 8th in Eaton Hall. Stay tuned to learn about more fun activities planned during book fair week. Reading is snow cool!




Trinity School had a very special visitor this week. Frank Lee Culbertson Jr., an American former naval officer and aviator, test pilot, aerospace engineer, NASA Astronaut and graduate of the US Naval Academy shared his experiences in space to commemorate The Association of Space Explorers Community Day. Our students were very excited and impressed with this cool Astronaut!  We'd like to say a special thank you to Franklin Carnes and Galveston Limousine for sponsoring a ride for the astronauts.  



Trinity Episcopal School will celebrate All Saints' Day (giving God solemn thanks for the lives and deaths of his saints) Friday, November 1.  As is tradition, we will read the names of our own faithfully departed at All Saints' Day Chapel.  If you would like the name(s) of your loved ones who have died in the past year to be read aloud in chapel, please CLICK HERE to fill out the form.  



In 1988, National Family Partnership sponsored the first National Red Ribbon Celebration. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities.  Red Ribbon Week at TES will be October 28-November 1, see attached poster for more information about special dress opportunities! Special dress is not required, but please keep in mind that regular uniforms must be worn by students not participating. And, as always, costumes cannot include masks or scary accessories.




Congratulations to the Charger volleyball team who took home the championship in last weekend's 8th Annual Block Out Breast Cancer Dolly Warren Tournament!





Did you know Box Tops can be found on hundreds of products? A flyer that lists all those products will be sent home. The list is also on the app.  Happy Shopping, Clipping, and Scanning! -Kristin O’Rourke, Box Top Coordinator




Mrs. Scoggin and Mrs. McBride's PK4 classes had fun while learning about Fire Prevention.



Thank you to everyone who continues to "be the inspiration" for our annual fund campaign and our Trinity Students.  If we can come together as a community of giving, we will achieve our goal of raising $105,000 to enhance the Trinity experience for every single student!  If you'd like to donate online, you can access our giving page HERE.  

OCTOBER 21st - 25th

MONDAY the 21st

Sign and Return Report Cards 

Soccer home vs. Chinquapin, 4 p.m.


TUESDAY the 22nd
Chapel Dress – Green Shirt


WEDNESDAY the 23rd


 THURSDAY the 24th

Chapel Dress – Jumpers/Plaid Skirt, Oxford Shirts, Boy’s Tie

7th Grade Artist Boat Fieldtrip 

FRIDAY the 25th

Beginning School Pumpkin Day



Coach Johnson's Basketball Clinic Saturday (Oct. 26th)



PUMPKIN DAY: On Friday, Oct. 25th Beginning School will have a fun day of Halloween activities from 8:30-11:25. Contact your child’s room mom if you would like to help.


Now that Fall weather is here, please note that sweaters and jackets worn in the classroom must be approved colors: navy, green, gold, white, gray or black.  Pink and other colors are not permitted in the classroom or in Chapel.


Student Council dance on Friday, 7-9 PM 



Coach Johnson will be hosting a basketball clinic from 10-11 AM for all K-5th graders. This clinic will be held both this Saturday, as well as next Saturday (26th). All aspects of the game will be covered and each child will have plenty of individual opportunity to work on their skills. Cost is $15 per child/per clinic.



Best of luck to the Chargers as they take on Chinquapin at home next week!






October 2 - Lisa Higgins, 7th Grade History Teacher

October 11 - Aimee McBride, BS Teacher 

October 16 - Rea Sader, 5th Grade Teacher

 October 21 - Kelli Acosta, MS Science Teacher

October 26 - Caitlin Powell, 2nd Grade Teacher




"No good tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear good fruit; for each tree is known by its own fruit."

- Luke 6:43

Trinity Logo Facebook Instagram Twitter